Bravdo Family Vineyards

Bravdo is a family boutique Estate winery, one of the first in Israel. At Bravdo all the wine is made from the grapes growing in the vineyards surrounding the winery. Bravdo is located on the foot hills of Judean Mountains, not far from the unique archeological site of Tel Gezer. The winery is owned by 2 families: Shoseyov – Alony, Bravdo – Arkin. these Families are three generations of vineyard growers, who hold worldwide reputations in the fields of vineyard growing and wine making.

Ella WInery

The Ella Valley region is known worldwide as the site of the famous battle between David and Goliath.
However, in ancient times the valley was just as famous for the wines produced in it. The historical tradition of viticulture and winemaking, forgotten for centuries, was revived in the early 1990s thanks to the determination of a handful of visionaries. The establishment of the Ella Valley Winery in 1998 brought back to the area a wine culture that is thousands of years old, combined with the knowledge and tools of the 21st century.

Gush Etzion Winery

The Gush Etzion Winery story embodies the renewal of ancient Jewish traditions of agriculture and wine-making in the hills of Judea; its purpose is to turn the region into one of the most important and abundant wine regions in Israel and the world. Shraga and Tamar Rozenberg started making wine from blackberries as a hobby not long after they moved to Efrat in 1986. They soon moved on to grapes, and the hobby transformed into a very serious passion. In 1995 the Rozenbergs drew up plans to create a winery at The Gush Etzion junction, partnering with local Kibbutzim to plant vineyards. The first grapes were harvested a year later and today, over 600 dunams of vineyards are planted throughout Gush Etzion with the Winery proudly standing at its center, still run by the Rozenberg family. Meanwhile, the winery has expanded to include a restaurant, a garden and more including an archaeological exhibit teaches about ancient winemaking and its continuities with modern processes.

Gush Etzion

Jezreel Valley Winery

Jezreel Valley Winery

Jezreel Valley Winery is a boutique winery located in HaNaton, Israel dedicated to true Israeli winemaking. The sun-loving varietals and the winemaking style reflect a new world of original Israeli wine. In Jezreel’s vineyards, grapes are grown from local Mediterranean varieties that together create wines especially suited to the regional climate.

Their wines are characterized by intensities of clear, local flavors and smells along with continuous freshness, rendering them particularly flattering to Israeli and Mediterranean cuisines. In recent years, the Jezreel Valley Winery has become one of the most successful Israeli wineries in the world, receiving the highest accolades and scores from the world’s best wine critics.

Jezreel Valley Winery embodies the purity of Israeli winemaking, and brings this unique sensibility and their high-quality Mediterranean wines to world recognition.

Jonah Winery

Jonah Winery

Jonah Winery is an estate winery being established in Zippori, a moshav in Northern Israel, in the Lower Galilee Region. Jonah Winery started its operation in 2017 with the vision to revive the ancient legacy of Israel’s wine grape varieties and to produce high-quality, eco-friendly, fresh and accessible wines.

Gal Yona, the winery’s owner and viticulturist, is committed to promoting and planting new-old wine grape varieties that were historically found only in Israel, including Marawi, Dabuki, and Jandali. Yona studied winemaking at UC Davis in California and worked at several organic wineries in Rhineland, Germany before planting his first vines in Zippori. Plant a vine at Jonah Winery and invest in the early stages of this growing winery!

Kabir Winery

Jonah Winery

Since 2007, Kabir Winery has been a boutique winery in the town of Elon Moreh in Samaria. The winery is located on the slopes of the Har Kabir ridge, hence its name. Our story begins in 2007 with the planting of the first vineyard in Elon Moreh, against the backdrop of biblical landscapes, Mount Gerizim and Mount Ebal. Vineyards. The grapes grown in Samaria are known for their quality thanks to the altitude and climate conditions of the area.

We produce about 7000 bottles a year, sold directly from the winery in Elon Moreh. The winery has won awards and medals in international competitions. The winery has a large and new visitor center and a restaurant, overlooking the winery’s wine vineyards, olive groves and landscapes of Samaria. We provide service to visitors and groups from Israel and the world

Maia Winery


‘Mediterranean Approach, Israeli Art’ – MAIA – the name aptly signifies the wine producer’s approach.

All the wines produced by MAIA are blends of Mediterranean varietals. Grown under similar conditions to the more traditional wine producing countries yet there is a subtle difference: unique soil and weather conditions.

Yiannis Paraskevoulos, the pioneer of the Greek wine renaissance together with David Bar-Ilan and the viticultural expert Kostas Bakasietas have together created wines that harness the flavours and scents of the Mediterranean with a touch of Israel.

Shiloh Winery

Wine has always been a part of Jewish tradition. The abundance of biblical winepresses discovered in present-day Shiloh attests to this and is the root of our modern winery. Established in 2005, the winery overlooks the breathtaking Shiloh River and Samarian
Hills in the most ancient terroir in the world. Selecting only the best grapes from this region, we combine state-of-the-art technology with the uncompromising professionalism of winemaker Amichai Luria.

The result: wines that sweep awards at international wine competitions and are sought after by connoisseurs around the world.

Tulip Winery


In 2003, the Yitzhaki family fulfilled a special dream of theirs and established a winery that combines top quality wine production, alongside contribution to the community. The family chose to locate the winery on a hillside, in the northern edge of the Carmel Mountain, in a small pastoral village, Kfar Tikva, overlooking the magnificent views of the Jezreel Valley.

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